Family Group Decision Making Coordinator (Peripatetic)
Can be located throughout the Central Belt
We are looking for peripatetic Family Group Decision Making coordinator who will be able to offer Family Group decision making to families across the central belt.
As an FGDM coordinator you will work with children and families of all ages and at different stages of risk and need, depending on the service specific criteria. You will have the opportunity to work with several teams through a blend of virtual and face to face work.
This is an exciting opportunity for anyone interested in Family Group Decision Making and would like to extend their skill set. It’s also an opportunity for existing FGDM coordinators to increase their hours.
You will have access to bases throughout the central belt and these will vary depending on where existing teams have short term recruitment and capacity gaps. There will be a lot of travel through the central belt along with the with the ability to work in a flexible/hybrid way.
This is fixed term post, funded until August 2023. We welcome applications from applicants looking for either full time or part time hours.
Job title: Family Group Decision Making Coordinator (Peripatetic)
Reference number: CFS22/43
Location: Central Belt
Closing date: 14/07/2022 12:00
Interview date: It is anticipated that the interviews will take place on Tuesday 26 July 2022
Salary: £27,477 to £32,076
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At Children 1st we are committed to building an inclusive and diverse team that represents all communities across Scotland and creating a culture where we are all genuinely able to be ourselves and participate and thrive without prejudice or barriers. We aim to proactively develop anti-racist and inclusive approaches throughout our work, and we welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds, marginalised groups, and individuals with multiple experiences of marginalisation, who reflect our values.